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wpw114
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previous applications

Postby wpw114 » Fri Jun 08, 2012 2:05 pm

where can I view previous applications. What I mean is how can I see applications from the 2012 cycle right now in preparation or the 2013 cycle?

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cedarseoul
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Re: previous applications

Postby cedarseoul » Mon Jun 11, 2012 7:57 pm

You can view your old apps in PDF form through LSAC, can't you?

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cutecarmel
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Re: previous applications

Postby cutecarmel » Wed Jun 27, 2012 11:15 pm

cedarseoul wrote:You can view your old apps in PDF form through LSAC, can't you?


I think the OP is a new applicant that wants to know what an average law school app looks like.

I did a google search and found one for Cornell.

http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/admiss ... ssible.pdf

Its pretty much the same as the average application you will be filling out. Is that what you were looking for?

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Re: previous applications

Postby cutecarmel » Wed Jun 27, 2012 11:41 pm

Wormfather wrote:
wpw114 wrote:where can I view previous applications. What I mean is how can I see applications from the 2012 cycle right now in preparation or the 2013 cycle?


Great question. I went looking myself to get a head start and came up empty.


You can't really get a "head start". I looked it up too before I applied, but its actually more simple than I expected. You just need basic personal information, a resume, and a PS. Some schools require a DS and/or Why X? essays, but you can find out whether the schools you are interested in require them by looking under application requirements in the prospective student section of their websites. I would say the only things that you need to get a head start on are your LORs, PS, and Resume.

Is there something in particular about the application that you two are curious about?




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